people make different choices of personal ex<x>pressions of love, often the mistake is expecting someone to express it in the same manner you do, it can be a challenge learning how someone else expresses their love but it is always worth it
Quality time, loving words, gifts, acts of service, and physical touch are all different ways to show love, try to find out which ones come naturally from your boyfriend cherish those and coach him in what ways you find fulfilling. Somewhere in between your style and his style you will find happiness :-)
hardly awesome, just had to face these problems and work through it myself :-)
Because most of them are stupid as hell. EW.
Speaking as a guy, I'm not dense. And I'm truly sorry you're dating a guy who is.<br />
Not all guys are dense though. You just have the unfortunate luck of being with one who is.
Speaking as a man who loves doing the things you mentioned here, I'm guessing some guys have difficulty expressing themselves. In your case, I wouldn't take It personally. I'm sure your boyfriend loves you. If he didn't, he wouldn't be with you. Sit him down & have a talk with him. Let him know how you feel. I think having a conversation with him is a very healthy option. If he's willing to talk with you, he's a keeper. If he's not willing to talk with you, sadly, you might have to rethink your entire relationship with him.
It's ok, sweetheart. I'm glad he's being more sweet to you now. I hope you guys have a long lasting, tremendously fruitful & forever beautiful relationship. :-)